Savoring India: Recipes and Reflections on Indian Cooking (Williams-Sonoma: The Savoring Series) Read ✓ 106

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Savoring India Recipes and Reflections on Indian Cooking Williams Sonoma The Savoring SeriesUl book filled with lovely watercolor illustrations and stunning scenic and food photograp. The recipes in here have a nice span but there's a high number that are fried which are both hard for a home cook as well as not representative of the bulk of Indian cooking I did like how recipe region was listed The format made it hard to hold and use the book also I won't use this again unfortunately because of those things

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Classic and contemporary recipes all beautifully photographed Savoring India is a beautif. I took this book out of the library and I need to own it now Every recipe I've made in the book has been a hit Especially the coconut lamb curry and the five different kinds of dal from various regions of India I'm yet to find an Indian restaurant I love in BostonCambridge The food tends to be an assault on the senses and perhaps that's what Americans have come to expect from Indian food However Sahni's recipes are full of subtleties and layers of flavor that I really enjoy and let ingredients shine The introductions to each chapter and the photographs are also wonderful

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Savoring India: Recipes and Reflections on Indian Cooking (Williams-Sonoma: The Savoring Series) Read ✓ 106 ´ The author integrates Indian culture history and food in an imaginative compilation of 140 classic and contemporary recipes all beautifully photographed SavoringThe author integrates Indian culture history and food in an imaginative compilation of 140. On a whim my wife gave me this book for Christmas a few years back and within a year I was besting what passes for Indian food at most restaurants here in Philly It's kind of a coffee table eye candy kind of book oversized with loads of pictures and descriptive text but it's also a serious cookbook which should end up with cover torn and yellowed with turmeric spread eagled on your countertopI typically use half the amount of onion she calls for twice the turmeric and 12 to 14 the chilisAnyone who is curious about the wide world of spices should learn how to do a little Indian cookingA few years later I also picked up her Indian vegetarian cookbook which is a classic